By John Gideon on 3/25/2006, 5:01pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of and VoteTrustUSA.Org

The news was slow today. Two counties announced that they had ignored, or were unaware of, what has recently happened in Illinois as they get closer to having Sequoia voting machines. Another Pennsylvania county has switched from AVS to Diebold due to AVS's inability to provide voting machines on time. And the votes are still being counted in Texas....

  • NAtional: Debate on whether to renew parts of 1965 voting rights law heats up LINK
  • CA: Ventura County - County Plugs Hole in Voting System With Ink (Sequoia) LINK
  • CO: Pueblo County - Election equipment will cost county $1.25 million (Sequoia) LINK
  • FL: Broward County - 18 provisional ballots found LINK
  • FL: Leon County - County supervisor draws fire in quest to ensure valid elections LINK
  • IL: Editorial - Chicago had voting problems; what a surprise LINK
  • LA: NOW Echoes Demand for Fair Elections for Hurricane Katrina Survivors LINK
  • MD: Added funds for voting machines LINK
  • NC: A Statement Before The House Ethics Committee LINK
  • NC: Forsyth County - Elections office unsettled as primaries approach LINK
  • NY: Cayuga County - Disabled voters find more options LINK
  • PA: Bradford County - Voting machines to be changed at last minute in Bradford County (AVS to Diebold) LINK
  • PA: Bradford County - Bradford County strikes deal with Diebold for voting machines LINK
  • TX: Fort Bend County - What They Aren't Telling You About The County's eSlate Voting System (Hart) LINK
  • TX: Tarrant County - Voting system issues cited in '04 LINK
  • TX: Tom Green County - Vote re-recount begins today LINK
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